Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Collaborative Genomics Laboratory

Boston, MA

This “hub” for genomics, computational biology and pathology research was designed with the purpose of bringing together PI’s with related research goals in an efficient, multi-disciplinary facility. The 16,340 sq. ft. full-floor renovation includes three open wet/dry lab quadrants, a dry computational biology lab, shared core equipment rooms, and one interactive office suite quadrant surrounding an open, multi-function meeting and lounge space. Adaptable workbench, casework and shelving systems are designed to accommodate automated, robot-assisted research in the future. This project opened in 2006 and has become a model for later research spaces at DFCI.

 Central Meeting and Lounge Area

Central Meeting and Lounge Area

 Flexible Lab

Flexible Lab


 

The Collaborative Genomics Laboratory has become a model for flexible research space at Dana-Farber.

 

 Dry Lab

Dry Lab

 Lounge

Lounge

Photos by John Horner

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